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The inaugural production of Forum Theatre’s eighth season is Caryl Churchill’s Mad Forest, which debuts this weekend.

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The Eggplant Faerie Players are coming to the DC Center this Sunday.

The Eggplant Faerie Players use juggling, circus , music, drag, storytelling and theater to tell their tales of country life. Faerie Players MaxZine and TomFoolery are joined by Chicago bassist/cellist Maya Jensen for this tour. This show reflects their experiences of living in a queer intentional community in Tennessee for the last 17 years.

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For its final act, DC’s only theater company dedicated to smut, Cherry Red Productions, will take on the dirtiest joke of all time, The Aristocrats. And as any theatergoer familiar with the company’s record of expertise in the art of bodily fluids will assure you: they’re just the folks to do it.

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“That play gets better every time I see it,” Cole comments as he walks into the lobby of the Hudson Guild Theatre in Hollywood. His boyfriend Mitch had invited Erick and Chris to see his first stage performance since returning to Los Angeles last year.

“How many times have you seen it?” Chris asks, walking alongside Cole.

“This was number six.”

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The Hub Theatre presents Birds of a Feather, Marc Acito’s comedy about nature and nurture, which debuts this Friday in Fairfax. The show runs July 15 – August 7.

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Kevin J. Thornton (Sex, Dreams & Self Control) is back at Capital Fringe with I Love You (We’re F*#ked), a hilariously fast paced mix of stand up comedy, storytelling and music about a gay man looking back over the greatest loves (and sex) of his life.

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Writer and director Robert O’Hara and the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company present Bootycandy, a kaleidoscope of sassy lessons in sex education that speaks the truth about growing up gay and African American.

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Magnificent Waste, a Factory 449 production, by Caridad Svich and Directed by John Moletress is playing from April 9 – until May 8 at the Mead Theatre Lab at Flashpoint in Washington D.C.

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For an entertaining, unique, and special experience, there are two more shows of SpeakeasyDC’s production of Mixed, Blended, Shaken, & Stirred: Stories about Today’s American Family. I guarantee you will relate in some way to each story with compassion, laughter, perhaps even tears, and you will definitely walk away with something to talk about.

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Logic, Luck, and Love: A Valentine’s Day Special was shown at Atlas Performing Arts Center by SpeakeasyDC on February 14. This show featured a stage, four folding chairs, four storytellers, and an audience that provided an amazing laugh track.